It’s time for another list of 10 free highly-rated Kindle ebooks to start off the weekend.
Please note that the free Kindle books listed below are free as of June 23rd, 2018. Most of these titles are free for a limited time only and will expire in a few days before going back to the regular list price.
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10 Free Kindle eBooks
Murphy’s Luck by Benjamin Laskin
Romantic Comedy, 4.6 stars, 220 reviews
Jinxed from birth with mystifying bad luck, Murphy Drummer hasn’t ventured beyond his backyard since he was a little boy. To remedy his loneliness, he became the master of a thousand hobbies. His unique, hobby-honed education, combined with an awesome jinx-recognition ability makes Murphy as amazing as his crazy luck. When events demand that Murphy go in search of a new sanctuary, his relentless whammy plows a path of mayhem and miracles that leads Murphy to Joy Daley–a happy-go-lucky optimist who never forgot to thank her lucky stars. The comical, topsy-turvy effects from the collision of Lady Luck and Murphy’s jinx mischievously upends the lives of everyone in their orbit.
Cruel Candy (Cozy Corgi Mysteries Book 1) by Mildred Abbott
Mystery, 4.7 stars, 128 reviews
Winifred Page and her corgi, Watson, move to Estes Park to hit the Reset button on life. Fred is about to open her dream bookshop, and the only challenges she anticipates are adjusting to small-town life, tourists, and living close to her loveable mother, Phyllis, and hippy stepfather, Barry. When Fred steps into her soon-to-be-bookshop for the first time, she expects dust bunnies and spiders… not the dead body in the upstairs kitchen. The local police have an easy suspect—Barry. Determined to prove quirky Barry innocent of murder, Fred puts on her detective hat, and with Watson by her side, she explores her new town and gets acquainted with her fellow shopkeepers…
For Finlay (For You Book 1) by J. Nathan
Sports, 4.6 stars, 128 reviews
Finlay Thatcher is a lost soul, guilt-ridden after the death of her twin brother. When Alabama’s football coach gives her the opportunity to work for him, she knows it’s her chance to move on, even if it means living her brother’s dream. Caden Brooks is Alabama’s star quarterback. He’s got it all. The attention of adoring fans. A girlfriend who’d do anything to hold on to him. And a future in the pros. He’s getting along just fine until Finlay steps into his life, despising him at first sight and pushing his buttons like no other…
If I Didn’t Care (Wishing For A Hero Book 1) by Kait Nolan
Romance, 4.7 stars, 141 reviews
Since they were children, career cop Judd Hamilton has built his life around taking care of his best friend, Autumn Buchanan. While he might once have dreamed of a different future for them, everything changed the day her father tried to kill them both. Determined to keep her safe, Judd put his feelings aside and turned his focus to protecting her, always. Nobody in their small town would ever dream that Autumn, Wishful’s friendly librarian, is really successful erotic romantic suspense author, Rumor Fairchild. No one knows that the swoon-worthy hero of her series is based on her best friend, Judd…
Killers, Bikers & Freaks by Andrew Allan
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, 4.6 stars, 53 reviews
What if professional executioners were hunting you? Walt Asher has it made as a reclusive infomercial writer. That is, until he stumbles upon an ugly conspiracy. And, it’s a big one – power, politics, corruption…murder. No one must know of it. And, a team of axe-wielding executioners has orders to kill Walt before he talks about it. There’s only one way to survive – Walt must go from writer to fighter as he crisscrosses Florida…connects damning clues…and barrels between a wild biker underworld and a sleazy secret society that indulges the rich, powerful, and ruthless. Yet, just as he’s about to tear the whole rotten mess down, his infomercial words come back to haunt him: But wait, there’s more…
Hide Your Heart (Bounty Bay Series Book 1) by Tracey Alvarez
Romance, 4.6 stars, 234 reviews
Lauren Taylor and her young son have fled back to her hometown to escape fame’s cruel spotlight, and all she wants to do is start over. No press, no pictures, no problem. Until Nate Fraser, a sexy photojournalist, moves in next door. Resisting his kisses and keeping her secrets soon become the hardest thing she’s ever done. Nate’s got one foot out the door and one last assignment before he resumes his nomadic lifestyle, camera in hand. His every instinct screams that his beautiful but unwelcoming neighbour is hiding something. He couldn’t care less when it’s difficult enough to keep his eyes—and lips—off of her. No matter how much Nate attempts to keep his heart out of reach, he’s drawn into her life. But a guy like him can never have what he wants most. Can he?
Nora & Kettle (A Paper Stars Novel Book 1) by Lauren Nicolle Taylor
Children’s eBooks, 4.4 stars, 95 reviews
After World War II, orphaned Kettle faces prejudice as a Japanese American but manages to scrape by and care for his makeshift family of homeless children. When he crosses paths with the privileged but traumatized Nora, both of their lives are forever changed… Lauren Nicolle Taylor’s Nora & Kettle is a heart-wrenching historical fiction novel that will appeal to fans of books by John Green and Ned Vizzini, novels such as The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Beginning of Everything, Eleanor & Park, The Book Thief, and classics like The Great Gatsby and The Catcher in the Rye.
Mr. Control (Misters Book 1) by Maya Hughes
Romance, 4.5 stars, 200 reviews
They say being a billionaire has its perks, but I hardly notice. After being widowed, my beautiful little girl is the most important thing to me. Esme hasn’t spoken to anyone but me since her mother’s death. When she goes missing, I’m this close to losing it. When Esme turns up safe and sound with a cute waitress, I’m ready to give the lady a reward and be on our way, but then Esme speaks to her. A simple “thank you” from my daughter who hasn’t spoken to anyone in years. I know I can’t let the waitress get away. It has nothing to do with the face that she can melt me with a glance. Nothing at all…
The Random Series Boxed Set by Julia Kent
Humor, 4.6 stars, 48 reviews
It all started with a naked hitchhiker wearing a guitar — and only a guitar. And turned into a New York Times bestseller. A random meeting between a rural Ohio chick and a rich Boston musician kickstarted all sorts of random acts of love and lust — and got even more complicated when his bandmate entered the picture. And never left. From unconventional love to second-chance romance to your wildest desires, The Random Series Boxed Set will have you giggling, swooning, and fanning yourself to the heart-pounding beat of the sexiest, most daring and irresistible musicians to come out of Boston…
Lock & Key by Gordon Bonnet
Science Fiction, 4.6 stars, 42 reviews
What if your future lies in your past? When Darren Ault meets his friend Lee McCaskill for dinner, he doesn’t expect the second course to be a gunshot to the head. Even more unexpected is the fact that the bullet doesn’t kill him—instead, it causes the rest of humanity to vanish. Darren’s attempted murder has caused a temporal paradox extending back over a thousand years, and now it’s up to him to repair the damage. Embarking on a mind-bending journey through time, Darren encounters Vikings, a depressed Norwegian silversmith, a cult that believes in salvation through pain, a beautiful Hebridean lass, and Archibald Fischer—the foul-mouthed, Kurt Cobain-worshiping Head Librarian of the Library of Timelines, where all of the possibilities that could ever happen are catalogued, tracked, and managed.